Call List 10.24

These are current issues that members of the ACR are contacting their representatives about:

Baltimore City:
In support of actions to reform rent court to improve outcomes for renters.
In support of bills coming through the city council to improve access to water and block the repossession of housing for money owed on water bills.
We are also interested in following the issues of the consent decree, school funding, the ceasefire, affordable and transitional Housing, and Port Covington.

Catherine Pugh (Mayor)
(410) 396-4900
Office of the Mayor
250 City Hall, 100 N. Holliday Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Mary Pat Clarke (City Council)
(410) 396-4814 city
marypat.clark@baltimorecity.gov
3911 Cloverhill Road
Baltimore, MD 21218

Maryland’s 43rd State District:
In opposition of the criminalization of organized boycott of Israel (BDS).
In support of a $15 state minimum wage.
In support of a progressive rewrite of the school funding formula.
We are also interested in following the issues of bail and sick leave, on the state level.
Larry Hogan (Governor)
(410) 974-3901 or email him here
100 State Circle
Annapolis, Maryland
21401-1925

Curt Anderson (Assembly)
(410) 841-3291, curtanderson@aol.com
House Office Building, Room 314
6 Bladen St., Annapolis, MD 21401

Mary Washington (Assembly)
(410) 841-3476 mary.washington@house.state.md.us
House Office Building, Room 429
6 Bladen St.
Annapolis, MD 21401

Maggie McIntosh (Assembly)
(410) 841-3407, delmaggie@msn.com
House Office Building, Room 121
6 Bladen St.
Annapolis, MD 21401

Joan Carter Conway (State Senate)
(410) 841-3145, joan.carter.conway@senate.state.md.us
Miller Senate Office Building, 2 West Wing
11 Bladen St.
Annapolis, MD 21401

The race has begun for state senator, featuring our current state senator Joan Carter Conway and one of our state representatives, Mary Washington who has declared her candidacy. We are collecting questions for Ms. Conway and Ms. Washington to gain clarity on their positions around transparency, freedom of information, committee and chairship, liquor licensing, fossil fuels, and other city and state issues. This is also a good time to advocate for the bills we feel should get priority in the session which begins in January.

Maryland’s 7th District in Congress:
In support for more transparency for US actions in Yemen and Niger.
In opposition to the Republican proposed tax overhaul.
In support for the renewal of Children’s Health coverage (CHIP).
In support for a clean DREAM act.
In support of improvements to the Alexander-Murray health insurance compromise.
Elijah Cummings (Representative 7th District)
(410) 685-9199
1010 Park Avenue Suite 105
Baltimore, MD 21201

Chris Van Hollen (Senator)
(202) 224-4654
110 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

In opposition to adding a BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) amendment to bills at the federal level.
Ben Cardin (Senator)
(410) 962-4436
100 S. Charles Street Tower 1, Suite 1710
Baltimore, MD 21201

 

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